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  • The second book in Sunday Times bestseller Donna Douglas's Nurses of Steeple Street series.
    West Yorkshire, 1926. After completing her training in Steeple Street, Agnes Sheridan is looking forward to making her mark as Bowden's first district nurse, confident she can make a difference in the locals’ lives.

    from the publisher's description
  • A very well researched and vivid portrayal of a close knit mining community facing poverty, hardship and danger during the momentous year of 1926. I was quickly drawn into this story, full of well drawn characters and intriguing relationships. Donna Douglas skilfully charts her heroine's attempts to be accepted by the proud and often hostile community she serves - uncovering secrets, heartbreak and lost loves along the way!

    Mary Gibson, author of Custard Tarts and Broken Hearts
  • [A] story of grit and determination

    The People’s Friend *****
  • Readers are sure to be hooked from the very first page of this wonderfully written and wholly absorbing saga… A fascinating, compelling and outstanding read saga fans will not want to miss, District Nurse On Call is another winner by Donna Douglas

    Bookish Jottings
  • I absolutely and totally flipping well LOVED this book… I award this book 5* out of 5* but I would award it more stars if I could because it really is that good

    Ginger Book Geek

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